Some people say "winning the lottery wouldn't change me at all." And for one Kennebunk man, it's the truth.

Bobby Stuart hit the jackpot twice in a four month span, one scratch ticket got him a million dollars and the other won him $100,000, according to the Boston Globe, but you would never know he's a millionaire.

“Ain’t nothing really different,” the 65-year-old front-end loaded driver told the Boston Globe. “I do the same thing over and over.” He really does too.

He still gets up every day and goes to work at Hissong Ready-Mix & Aggregates, the newspaper stated, and every night after work he stops in to the Arundel Market for dinner, except now he says he'll occasionally treat himself to a lobster roll instead of a burger or hot dog.

Then he goes home to his trailer that he's lived in for the last 40 years, according to the article. The only thing he's spent money on at home are new windows for the trailer which he says he got a good deal on from a friend of his son, the paper reports. No new cars or toys.

His son told the Boston Globe that Bobby has no intentions of moving and that he doesn't seem to have an interest in a new house. By the way, his son was also a Maine lottery winner with a jackpot of $250,000.

Bobby said he's not done with scratch tickets yet either and he just won another $500 last week, according to the article.